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4th of July Centerpiece Ideas

Make a patriotic centerpiece to celebrate the 4th. This is a guide about 4th of July centerpiece ideas.


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June 4, 2007

I needed a cute centerpiece for my dining room table to last me through the summer. I was looking for something with the red, white, and blue theme so I could leave it out from May to September! I went to the dollar store and bought this cute pot, two bouquets of flowers, some foam, the place,mat and the two candles. For $6, I have a cute centerpiece to use for years to come!

By Kathy from Saint Charles, MO

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June 5, 20070 found this helpful

Great idea and nice quick project. I really like the

Patriotic theme. I hope you don't mind I will use your

idea to decorate a Veterans of Foreign War hall table or numerous tables. Creative idea!

I am in Missouri also!

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July 4, 2011

We had this arrangement of flowers and flags on the BBQ table for Memorial Day, and now we will use it for 4th of July.

I change the centerpiece decorations for fall and Christmas. In the spring, I use pastel colors. The container has many small glass vases in two layers. It can also be used for fruit, dip, or fresh flowers. The container was a gift from a dear friend, Andrea.


By Great Granny Vi from Moorpark, CA

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July 5, 20110 found this helpful

Your centerpiece is very festive and unique. My family has three birthdays in the month of July so I always have a tablescape for the month of July to celebrate the birthdays. I always have a tablescape on my dining room table for every season or holiday.

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June 27, 20050 found this helpful

A nice, thrifty 4th of July holiday decoration is to gather a bouquet of the flower called "Queen Ann's Lace" (it is white and grows wild along highways and in fields). Add a few drops of red food coloring in a vase and a few drops of blue food coloring in another vase. Put some flowers in each vase. In a few hours the flowers absorb the coloring and you will have some red flowers and some blue flowers and some white flowers to make a beautiful red, white, and blue bouquet.


By Kim Mocca

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March 3, 20060 found this helpful

could anyone help with an idea please get back to me thanks""""

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